North Carolina campground makes list of ‘America’s prettiest beach campsites’
A campground in North Carolina has been featured on a recent list of “America’s prettiest beach campsites.”
Travelandleisure.com recently compiled a list of 11 awesome places where visitors fall asleep to the sound of the surf and awaken to scenery to rival any five-star hotel.
Ocracoke Campground at the Cape Hatteras National Seashore in North Carolina made the unranked list. The article said the following about it:
This windswept barrier island in the Outer Banks features 13 miles of scenic shoreline and the state’s oldest operating lighthouse. Dunes protect a 136-site campground, sandwiched between the Atlantic and placid Pamlico Sound. Rates start at $23 a night.
Some of the other listings include the Horseneck Beach State Reservation in Massachusetts, Anastasia State Park in Florida and Oceanside Campground at Assateague Island National Seashore in Maryland.
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